Nicki Minaj has vowed to carry on with her live shows in the wake of the Manchester terror attack.
Twenty two people died and dozens were injured after a suicide bomber detonated his explosive in crowds leaving the Manchester Arena after a concert by singer Ariana Grande, a close friend of Minaj.
Minaj, who posted a solidarity statement on Twitter following the attack, made the declaration as she was arriving at Los Angeles International Airport to catch a flight to London.
A member of the paparazzi who was present asked her if she was going to cancel any tours as a precaution.
The rapper said she wouldn't, insisting "we don't operate in fear" and refusing to "let them win."
She also said she would definitely return to Manchester, saying she would go back in 2018.
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